Lecture Feb, 28 - Native Peoples Lecture Ne: Colonization...

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Native Peoples Lecture March 28, 2008 Ne: Colonization 1500s Fishing and Whaling begin, Atlantic coast By 1600s fur trade intensifies French and English Also Dutch, Portuguese Ne: Colonization continued Europeans colonises, 1580’s-1670’s See p. 303 English French Dutch Ne: Colonization continued English dominance by 1760’s American revaluation 1770s Role of Disease epidemics English and American military violence Role of disease also: “Gifts” of Smallpox infected blankets Ne: Colonization continued Native responses included Military alliances led by: Pontiac : Great Lakes region, 1760s arrow recognition + trade Tecumseh : Ohio Valley, 1810s Arrow defeat Ne: Colonization continued For many groups: Extinction or migration Settler demands for land Disruptions of disease, violence Ne: Contemporary Issues
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Many small populations, others have grown Keys Issues: Federal recognition (Se NE worksheet) Land Claims Persistent economic disadvantage Very few: Successful casinos 1980’s legislation (state, federal) enable Can be controversial Case
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course ANTHRO 113:110 taught by Professor Ericaprussing during the Spring '08 term at University of Iowa.

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Lecture Feb, 28 - Native Peoples Lecture Ne: Colonization...

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